Abortion Opponents Unite on the Mall

By David Snyder Washington Post Staff Writer WASHINGTON, DC – Boosted by support from President Bush, tens of thousands of antiabortion advocates marched on the Mall yesterday as part of an annual protest of the landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision guaranteeing women the right to abortion. Raked by stiff winds and subfreezing temperatures throughout the…

Crossroads Attends 32nd Annual March for Life

WASHINGTON, DC – Walkers from Crossroads attended the 32nd Annual March for Life this past Monday, January 24th. “This is the 10th year in a row Crossroads has attended the March for Life” said the group’s president, Jim Nolan “we’re convinced that through changing hearts and minds on this issue, at the grassrouts level, there…

Fundraising begins for 11th Annual Pro-Life Walks

STEUBENVILLE, OH – Crossroads has begun raising much needed funds for its 11th Annual Pro-Life Walks. This summer Crossroads will be conducting 3 simultaneous cross-country walks across America. All three walk will begin on May 21st from Seattle, San Francisco, and Los Angeles and will cross through 34 states over 11 weeks, ending in Washington,…

Crossroads: Taking steps to save lives

By Erin Maguire Special to The CS&T “Everywhere we went, whether to the grocery store or to a church, we wore t-shirts with large letters that said ‘Pro-Life’ on the front. We got used to people screaming at us and people thanking us,” said sophomore Joanna Armstrong of DeSales University, Center Valley. This summer, Armstrong…

College Students Complete 3,000 Mile Walk

By, Patrick Duong Thirty Pro-Life students from colleges and universities, after their 3,000 mile Pro-Life walk across the America, pray for an end to abortion in front of the U.S. Supreme Court. On Saturday, August 14, Crossroads, a non-profit, non-partisan group of Pro-Life college students from all over the country, held a rally at Upper…

Pro-Life Students Walk Across America to Highlight

By, Steven Ertelt LifeNews.com Editor Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) — Each year, a group of college students embarks on a journey to save lives and to change hearts. Their trek is known as Crossroads, a cross-country walk designed to raise awareness about the pro-life cause. “America is truly pro-life,” said Matt Maes, one of the leaders…

“Anti-Abortion” Walk Stops in Charlotte

A dozen college-age students walking across America to show opposition to abortion are stopping this weekend in Charlotte. Through an anti-abortion group called Crossroads, the youth are walking some 3,200 miles from Los Angeles to Washington — a three-month journey scheduled to end next week. The group typically has spent weekends resting along the route…

Pro-Life Students Visit Arden Church

By SPECIAL TO CITIZEN-TIMES By Henry Robinson ARDEN – Last summer, Matt Maes was working in the shipping and receiving department of a large Wisconsin firm, but his thoughts were fixed on the issue of abortion. So he decided to do something about it. Liken to the early apostles, Maes is leading a band of…